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Will I have a really bad credit if I trade my car for a bigger loan for a truck ?

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No idea.  It really depends on the current shape of your credit profile and how it would be impacted by having a new account, the drop in AAoA, the hard pull, etc.

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So as Tkeshi says the things that will affect your score is new loan which is at least one hard pull and your AAOA.  But other then that you would be fine.  I would not worry about it if you have good credit.  People buy cars all the time.

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Make sure that you take the time to read all that you can about credit before using it any further. There is a lot to know and it is very important for your future to know it. There is a lot of info on this site and across the internet. Read all that you can.

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